Definition of "d-day" [d-day]
- (noun) date of the Allied landing in France, World War II
- (noun) the day, June 6, 1944, on which the Allied invasion of Europe began
- (noun) the day on which any large-scale operation is planned to start
Use "d-day" in a sentence
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- "Two weeks after d-day, we were the fighter squadron on a strip that was built there after a bad day attack on this German Panzer division, seeing innocent civilians massacred."
- "You'd have to wait for that to grow out so if you're sentenced to the guillotine, you can be certain you'll look your very best on d-day."